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SoFlo Vegans Podcast
38 minutes | a month ago
Minh Tsai: Hodo Foods CEO & Founder
Welcome to a brand new episode of the SoFlo Vegans Podcast. You’re going to notice a bit of a difference in this episode. In addition to having a featured guest at the end of each podcast, expect to hear news segments covering topics important to the vegan community at large. You do not need to live in South Florida to get value from our show. It’s designed for anyone living a vegan lifestyle, we just happen to tell it from the perspective of the SoFlo Vegans Community.On today’s episode, we are joined by Eric Vincent from the THIRST Group to talk a 120 Billion dollars stimulus to save the restaurant and food industry. Hodo Foods CEO Minh Tsai talks about how he founded Hodo Foods and what they reaching out to the South Florida community.This episode is brought to you by Hungry Harvest. Hungry Harvest curates weekly variety boxes of healthy produce and vegan pantry items while making no contact deliveries directly to your door. Every delivery saves at least 10 pounds of food from going to waste and supports the work of local hunger-solving organizations with produce donations. Get 50% off with code SOFLO at hungryharvest.net
48 minutes | 2 months ago
Grey: Veganism in the Hip Hop Community
Grey joins host Sean Russell for a conversation about veganism, Hip Hop, and parenting. Show notes and past episodes can be found on soflovegeans.com/podcast.
64 minutes | 2 months ago
Ingrid Newkirk: Remarkable Discoveries about Animals and Revolutionary New Ways to Show Them Compassion
Ingrid Newkirk joins the SoFlo Vegans Podcast to discuss her new book, Animalkind: Remarkable Discoveries about Animals and Revolutionary New Ways to Show Them Compassion. This is her second appearance on the podcasts where host Sean Russell talks to Ingrid Newkirk about her vegan origin story, activism during the pandemic and other topics surrounding the animal rights movement. SponsorshipSkip the store, avoid the crowds, and get farm-fresh produce, kitchen staples, and vegan pantry items delivered right to your doorstep starting at just $15. Every time you receive a Harvest, you’re contributing to the fight against food waste and hunger in our community. Get 50% off with code SOFLO at hungryharvest.net
67 minutes | 2 months ago
Chris Burnam of House of Chick’n
Chris Burnam from House of Chick’n joins us to talk about his path to veganism, being a blegan, entrepreneur, and other topics focusing more on compassion. This episode is sponsored by Hungry Harvest and we thank them for their belief and support in our mission.
66 minutes | 3 months ago
Vegan Documentary Director's Panel
Keegan Kuhn, Shaun Monson, Marc Pierschel and Louie Psihoyos join host Sean Russell to talk about their films, production, veganism, activism, the pandemic, and the current shift in societies perception of animal cruelty. This panel was held during the second day of our SoFlo Vegans EXPO back in April 2020.
73 minutes | 3 months ago
Jayney Goddard: Rewind Your Body Clock
Jayney Goddard joins the SoFlo Vegans Podcast to talk about her journey into veganism, her International #1 Best Selling Book, the Standard American Diet, the UK vegan scene and more. Also stay tuned for a spotlight featuring The Caribe Vegan. Listen to the full episode and subscribe.
70 minutes | 3 months ago
Jane Valez-Mitchell: Digital Media Pioneer and Vegan Activist
Jane Valez-Mitchell is the founder of the Jane Unchained Network. The Jane Unchained Network is a digital new channel focused on animal rights and the vegan lifestyle. Her organization is supported by over 60 contributors and reaches over 1 million people. In this season five premiere, Sean Russell uncovers Jane’s vegan origin story, how she became a broadcaster, her work as a vegan activist and how the Jane Unchained Network started. We also debut the first SoFlo Vegans spotlight segment. This episode features Jacque Tarlton from the Plant Chics.
45 minutes | 3 months ago
Mic the Vegan: A Crash Course on Digital Activism
Mic the Vegan is a YouTube researcher with a popular following. His videos help millions of people navigate through the vegan lifestyle. In this podcast, Mic shares how he launched his channel, as well as his vegan origin story, thoughts on the pandemic, his routine, and advice for vegans in general. This episode is sponsored by Hodo Foods. Visit our show notes for links to Mic the Vegan and our sponsor.► SHOW NOTES: https://soflovegans.com/podcast
44 minutes | 4 months ago
Philip Anthony Mangan: From Self-Destructive Partier to Purpose-Driven Model
Philip Anthony Mangan is a Vegan, model, serial entrepreneur, and proud South Floridan that moved to New York to find opportunities and is now called the Vegan Model on social media. In this episode, we cover different types of modeling, Captain Planet, FSU, ethical veganism, sustainable brands, paper leather, environmental conservation, Our Children’s Earth Foundation, vegan scene in New York City, and My Fittest Hour.
62 minutes | 5 months ago
Damien Mander: A Vegan Snipers Journey from Australia to Zimbabwe
Damien Mander, founder and CEO of the International Anti-poaching Foundation joins us to discuss his organizations, origins as a vegan, near brushes with death in the African wild, vegan culture and Africa and more.
18 minutes | 5 months ago
Sean Russell: Making South Florida a Global Hotspot for Veganism
I've decided to take this opportunity to reflect on my past experiences and realized that I've lived a rich life. I decided to share this experience with the world with the purpose of you understanding more about my journey. It's a short listen, so feel free to enjoy and reach out if you have any questions or if you would like to schedule an interview.
82 minutes | 5 months ago
Marco Antonio Regil: Spreading Compassion through Mass Media
Marco Antonio Regil joins us to talk about spreading compassion, his experience as a national television host, why he went vegan, his love for Austin Texas and his time as a South Floridian. Host Sean Russell also shares his thoughts on the current climate of the country in the wake of the murder of George Floyd.
82 minutes | 6 months ago
Peter Cervoni and the Rise of Good Catch Foods
Peter Cervoni joins the SoFlo Vegans Podcast to talk about how veal and softshell crab played a role in him becoming vegan, his culinary journey, his role as the executive corporate chef for Good Catch, the controversy over the use of plant-based and vegan and so much more. https://soflovegans.com/podcast
68 minutes | 6 months ago
Dr. Will Bulsiewicz: The Gut Health MD is Fiber Fueled
Dr. Will Bulsiewicz is a board-certified gastroenterologist and gut health expert. We discuss his thoughts on the pandemic, how the gut impacts overall health, short chain fatty acids and his book Fiber Fueled.
68 minutes | 6 months ago
Karyn Calabrese: 50 Years of Pioneering in the Raw Vegan Movement
Karyn Calabrese shares her journey as a raw foodist and vegan entrepreneur. Topics include veganism in the black community, being different from her family and facing adversity, the rise of veganism in the past five years, thoughts on sugar and fruit fasts, and other important topics. Learn more about Karyn Calabrese on his official homepage.
71 minutes | 7 months ago
John Lewis: Bad Ass Vegan and the Role of Community
John Lewis, also known as Bad Ass Vegan is a fitness expert, professional speaker, entrepreneur, author, and is co-directing the documentary, Hungry for Justice, alongside Keegan Kuhn from "What the Health". We discuss his background growing up in Ferguson, Missouri, attending a historically black college, beginnings of his vegan journey, branding himself Bad Ass Vegan, why he doesn't use comments on Instagram, and more.
66 minutes | 7 months ago
Dr. Sam Rassoul: Making No Bones About Your Nervous Systems
Dr. Sam Rassoul shares his years of knowledge as a chiropractor and discusses how your nervous system is critical to your overall health.
62 minutes | 7 months ago
Dr. Neal Barnard: Your Body in Balance
In round two of our podcast with Dr. Neal Barnard, the SoFlo Vegans team of Sean Russell and Alba Mendez dig into the topics of diabetes, hormones, soy and its relation to estrogen, prostate and breast cancer and infertility. We also discuss Dr. Neal Barnard's book, Your Body in Balance.
51 minutes | 8 months ago
Coronavirus: Addressing Concerns About the COVID-19 Pandemic
Sean Russell, Alba Mendez, and Jacque Tarlton share their expertise to discuss how they are staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. They also share a preview of season 4 of the SoFlo Vegans Podcast and announce the first-ever SoFlo Vegans Virtual Expo.
68 minutes | 9 months ago
Mastering Diabetes: The Revolutionary Method to Reverse Insulin Resistance Permanently
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Cyrus Khambatta and Robby Barbaro, MPH, a practicing cardiologist, and a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine. We talk about their new book and how a plant-based diet can help reverse different types of diabetes in both children and adults.https://www.soflovegans.com/mastering-diabetes-the-revolutionary-method-to-reverse-insulin-resistance-permanently/
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